Crowds gathered around Wanstead War Memorial on Sunday, November 12, to remember those who fought and died in war.
A pensioner received the “best service” from strangers who came to her rescue after falling in the street.
Is this two bedroom maisonette in Hornchurch, valued at £95,000, the cheapest two bed in London? We think it might be.
More than 12,000 fly-tipping incidents were reported in Redbridge over the last financial year, according to government data.
MP Iain Duncan Smith leads parliament debate over the proposed closure of South Woodford Post Office
The battle to save the George Lane Post Office from closure continued this week with MP Iain Duncan Smith leading a debate in Parliament over the issue.
A teacher from Woodbridge High School says he experienced “the best and worst humanity has to offer”, during a week of volunteering with a refugee support group in Calais.
Reality TV star Lydia Bright, of The Only Way is Essex, spent the day creating art with vulnerable adults at Elhap, a unique support centre for disabled children and vulnerable adults.
Residents can cross a deep glacier, try and escape fire-breathing dragons and explore an enchanted woodland as part of an interactive art project at the Exchange.
A classic musical performance remembering those who fought for Britain during the First World War, will soon take the stage at Queen’s Theatre.
An ambitious 43-year-old runner will take part in his 36th half or full marathon this weekend, to raise money for an Indian charity.
A 31-year-old man accused of dumping harmful waste in a notorious fly-tipping hot spot will go on trial next month.
A 16-year-old who organised charity events and raised more than £1,700 is this week’s Young Citizen nominee.
The newly formed community of the East London and Essex Liberal Synagogue celebrated their first Sukkot festival together to remember the harvest and those without shelter this winter.
The first woman to preach at Christ Church twenty years ago is returning to the parish of Wanstead as the new priest.